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The Internet of Things: Securing Tomorrow’s Cars

The Internet of Things: Securing Tomorrow’s Cars Brandon Shibley is the vice president of innovation at Toradex, a company that makes Arm-based System-on-Modules (SoM). SoM are used in specialized markets such as industrial automation, test and measurement, digital signage, automotive, medical, and more. Toradex SoM powers the world’s fastest electric

How To Do Microservices Integration Testing in the Cloud

How To Do Microservices Integration Testing in the Cloud Testing applications inside of enterprises has long been a largely lab-based affair. Twenty years ago, a room full of Mercury licenses and server replicas would have been expected from a testing team. Today, it’s almost impossible to replicate data center environments,

Faust, a Python-Based Distributed Stream-Processing Library

Faust, a Python-Based Distributed Stream-Processing Library Robinhood, a free trading platform for stocks and cryptocurrency, has open-sourced its Python-based stream processing library Faust. Faust is a Python 3 library available on GitHub, and takes advantage of Python recent performance improvements and integrates with the new AsyncIO module for high-performance asynchronous I/O. “Faust comes

0-0x Zombies and Binary

Zombies and Binary Minecraft, for many, is just a fun game. It’s an open world where you break build and combine resources to survive. But there’s a deeper level to Minecraft… It’s possible to construct basic circuitry, using some of those resources. Logic gates, timers and clocks are the building

Have Linux calculate all your video durations

Have Linux calculate all your video durations Why do we need a GUI when the Linux command line is all we need to run simple calculations like the total duration of all your videos. With a simple loop we can run through each video to collect the duration and add

How Software Deals with Key Presses – Computerphile

How Software Deals with Key Presses – Computerphile Once you’ve pressed a key on the keyboard and the signal gets to the computer, what happens next? Dr Steve Bagley on the software side of a key-press. Key Presses pt1: https://youtu.be/ewE8b7zzej0 https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited

0-0x Simply React

Simply React One of the things I love about React is how easy it is to encapsulate UI code into a component. I love this because it makes reuse of those components easy. But is it simple? I’ve made my fair share of components that had to accept a bunch

Laravel Befriended

Laravel Befriended News / August 09, 2018 Laravel Befriended Right on the heels of our post about Laravel Love: Likes and Dislikes for Eloquent Models, a reader mentioned another similar package called Befriended: Eloquent Befriended brings social media-like features like following, blocking and filtering content based on following or blocked

Get Started With Pusher: Using Private Channels

Get Started With Pusher: Using Private Channels In this series, we’ve been learning about Channels from Pusher, a platform that allows you to give your users the seamless real-time experience they want.  Private channels provide your applications with a secure, private medium for publishing messages. The best part is how easy

Security Release: Laravel v5.6.30 and v5.5.42 have been released

Security Release: Laravel v5.6.30 and v5.5.42 have been released News / August 08, 2018 Security Release: Laravel v5.6.30 and v5.5.42 have been released Laravel 5.6.30 and Laravel 5.5.42 have both been released to fix a security issue and is recommended that all users upgrade as soon as possible. According to

0-0x Prototyping With Code

Prototyping With Code Let’s talk about the way engineering and product work together. Andrey believes the future of our projects depends on it. He has been jumping between those two roles for several years. It put things into perspective for him and he’d like to share his learnings. It is

Laravel Love: Likes and Dislikes for Eloquent Models

Laravel Love: Likes and Dislikes for Eloquent Models News / August 08, 2018 Laravel Love: Likes and Dislikes for Eloquent Models Laravel Love is a package by Anton Komarev that lets people express how they feel about content by liking and disliking Eloquent models. The package works by defining a

Examples of Dependency Injection in PHP With Symfony Components

Examples of Dependency Injection in PHP With Symfony Components In this article, we’ll look at some examples of using the Symfony DependencyInjection component. You’ll learn the basics of dependency injection, which allows cleaner and more modular code, and you’ll see how to use it in your PHP application with the

Master Regular Expressions Using sed

Master Regular Expressions Using sed In this video you will learn how you can quickly remove clutter from your configuration files so you can easily see what to focus upon. Using a practical example of removing comments and blank lines from an Apache configuration you will see how we can

0-0x Let’s SQL Like It’s 1992!

Let’s SQL Like It’s 1992! Sure, party like it’s 1999, but maybe let’s not write SQL like it’s 1992? Yeah, 1992 was a great year—Boyz II Men, Red Hot Chili Peppers, TLC—but you’re missing a lot if you haven’t updated your playlist since then. And not just Beyoncé, Rihanna, and

Building Gutenberg Blocks with create-guten-block

Building Gutenberg Blocks with create-guten-block Gutenberg is the new WordPress editor and everyone is talking about it. It has introduced an all-new way of writing content with WordPress. So not only the developers can benefit from its block-modeled layout but the end-users will also be able to create dynamic page

0-0x Kubernetes: Past, Present and Future

Kubernetes: Past, Present and Future Must we really orchestrate our containers, or could they perhaps just do some improv jazz? The container landscape has converged on Kubernetes. Bridget talks about how, what, why, and other such excellent questions. You’ll come away with ideas for learning and sharing about k8s. EVENT:

Customizing the Laravel View Path

Customizing the Laravel View Path Laravel Tutorials / August 07, 2018 Customizing the Laravel View Path In response to our post yesterday about Laravel 5.7 Resources Directory Changes, a reader mentioned that they would prefer to have their application views outside of the resources folder. I thought I’d write up

What Happens When I Press a Key? – Computerphile

What Happens When I Press a Key? – Computerphile Just what happens when you hit a key on a computer’s keyboard? Dr Steve Bagley takes us on the keypress’ journey…. Watch Part 2 Now: https://youtu.be/AcZrSn48X4o Building the BBC Micro: https://youtu.be/y4WG549i3YY Choosing a Password: https://youtu.be/3NjQ9b3pgIg https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video

7 secrets to a successful multi-cloud strategy

7 secrets to a successful multi-cloud strategy For a growing number of enterprises, a migration to the cloud is not a simple matter of deploying an application or two onto Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or some other hosted service. It’s a multi-cloud strategy that’s a key part of a